Category: Input Device
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 10.3 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 9.75 / 25 Jul 2002
Since its introduction in 1968 the mouse pointing device has evolved to be one of the most important piece of Human Interface Device for virtually every type of computer system. Its main usage is emphasized by the proliferation of graphical user interface based operating system environments as well as software applications. This piece of hardware component is used primarily to simplify the process of negotiating menus and program options. Although not given proper recognition as other technological advances in the field of computing like quad processors in a single chipset or hardware rendering features among others it has remained functional to the needs of the computer user. The Logitech USB iFeel MouseMan is basically a representation of the optical mouse with modified features. It incorporates four buttons and is ergonomically designed for right-handed computer users. Part of the role of the device driver is to define the use of the four mouse buttons aside from their conventional applications.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The device driver makes it possible for the computer user to configure the mouse buttons to perform corresponding functions. This is done via software interface that is normally provided by the underlying operating system platform in the control panel applet. This particular hardware component makes use of proprietary technologies like the Inertial Harmonic Drive which provides the computer user with more precise movements. The movements are actually transmitted to the host computer system partially by the device driver allowing for the interpretation and proper representation on the computer screen. The Logitech USB iFeel MouseMan is also equipped with a TouchSense Application Programming Interface which is designed to generate vibrations along the Z-axis. This is similar to the force feedback technology applied to game controllers. This feature set is likewise partially activated by the corresponding device driver and may need a software application that supports the feature for better execution. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Logitech USB iFeel MouseMan errors before installing any driver updates.